EUR-minors for students from other universities

Would you like to experience another way of thinking, to work with other students and to get to know another city? Apply for a minor at the EUR. The EUR yearly offers more dan 60 broadening minors, so whether you want to broaden your horizon or specialize yourself, there is always a minor for you. Whichever you choose, Minor = More!

On this page you’ll find information about the minors offered, how to apply, how to change minors, deregister from a minor and other practical matters (such as minor period and EC).

  • The EUR yearly offers more dan 60 broadening minors available to students from Leiden University and TU Delft. Check all the minors offered in the minor overview.

    EUR-minors are 15 EC and are taught in the first 10 weeks of the academic year. There is 1 excemption; the minor Geneeskunde voor Technische studenten. This minor is 30 EC and is taught in the first 20 weeks of the academic year.

    Please check the Minor Admissions Matrix to see which EUR-minors are open to external students.

  • You can apply for an EUR-minor between 1 May up to 31 May in OSIRIS Aanmeld.

    Never studied at the EUR before? To apply for an EUR-minor, you first need to make an account in OSIRIS Aanmeld. After you have made an account, you will receive your ERNA-information and a student e-mail account from the EUR. All communication will be with your EUR-studentmail. Use your ERNA-information to log in to your EUR studentmail.

    After your account has been made, you can apply for an EUR-minor, also via OSIRIS Aanmeld.

    Have you been a student at the EUR before?
    Please send u as message via ASKErasmus (FAQ’s button at the bottom of the page). Clearly state:

    • which minor you are going to follow
    • your name and -if possible- your student number from the EUR.

    Permission home university
    With your applicatin you need to enclose a statement of consent by your own Exam Commission. Stating that you are allowed to enter the EUR-minor in your exam program. Without this statement, we can not process your application. Request this statement in time. It is not possible to upload this statement after 31 May.

    Additional information:

    • Check the Minor Admissions Matrix, whether the minor of your choice is open to external students.
    • You can apply for a maximum of 1 minor.
    • With your application in OSIRIS Aanmeld you need to upload a scan of the statement of consent by your own Exam Commission.
    • Applying does not guarantee that you will be placed on a minor.
    • In the beginning of July you will receive an e-mail (on your EUR-mail account)if  you have been placed on the minor of your choice.
    • In order to follow an EUR-minor, you need to have an active bachelor registration with another Dutch higher education institute. If you are placed on an EUR-mionr, you need to prove that you have an active bachelor registration, by providing a Bewijs Betaald Collegegeld (BBC).  Apply for a BBC at your home institution and request it to be sent by email to the Registration, Deregistration & Funding department of EUR.

    Please keep in mind: there are limited places for external students. We advise you to have alternative options.

  • You can apply for a maximum of 1 broadening minor at the EUR.

    It is not possible to change minors.

    Would you like to deregister from your minor at the EUR? Please contact the Central Minor Coordination by sending us a message via ASKErasmus (FAQ’s button at the bottom of the page). Clearly state:

    • which minor you are going to follow
    • your name and -if possible- your student number from the EUR.
  • What else should you know about a minor at the EUR?

    • You can follow a minor at the beginning of your third bacheloryear. A minor is a coherent package of subjects/courses, with which you specialize or broaden your horizon.

      At the EUR we offer both broadening and deepening minor. For students from Leiden University and TU Delft only the broadening minors are available. Click here for more information about the minors we offer at the EUR. Click here for more information about how to apply.

    • The minor education is given in the first 10 weeks of the academic year. This means that the minor period at the EUR is from September till the beginning of November. Resits are in the summer (beginning of July).

      The minor education at the TU Delft is given in the first 20 weeks of the academic year. At the University of Leiden the education can take place during the whole academic year. Please the schedules from the minors in Leiden and Delft and the LDE-minors, avoid overlap with compulsory courses in your bachelor's degree.

    • Minors at the EUR are 15 EC. There are some exceptions: the Educational minors Economy, Math and History and the minor Geneeskunde for Technische Studenten. These are 30 EC. Following a minor requires a full-time commitment (40 hours per week) during the first 10 weeks of the academic year. It is not possible to follow other courses during this period

    • At the EUR, the schedules will be announced late July or at the beginning of August. You can find the schedule of your minor at courses.eur.nl

      All education and examination will be in the first 10 weeks of the academic year. Resits are in the summer.

    • All minors are taught in the same period. Following a minor requires a full-time commitment (40 hours per week) during the first 10 weeks of the academic year. Therefore, it is not possible to follow to two minors at the same time.

    • Please contact a study advisor at your own university.

    • In the beginning of July you will receive an e-mail on your EUR-studentmail account, stating whether or not you have been placed on the minor of your choice.   

    • You need to hand in an original Proof of Tuition Fee Payment from you own institute. You can deliver the document personally with the Erasmsus Student Service Centre (ESSC), or you can mail the document to:

      Be advised: when you mail the document, you remain responsible for the timely delivery of the document.

       

Are you a student from Leiden or Delft? Please check the information on the page for students from Leiden or Delft

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